Name of Product
Jim Barry Annabelle’s Rosé
Where does it originate from?
Annabelle’s Rosé is made using Clare Valley Grenache.
Over the past 55 years the Barry Family have established a great name in the wine industry with Matthew Jukes crowning them “Winery of the Year” 2016-2017.
As you pour this rosé into the glass you’re treated to a glistening light pink that’s ready to be consumed.
It then opens up to the smell of summer fruits with a hint of earthiness and spice.
On the palate straight away is summer vibes with fruity berry flavours. It will be a wine you won’t want to share (it’s really that good!).
What it is best used for or paired with
Annabelle’s Rosé is best paired with seared salmon and white-rinded cheeses such as brie and camembert
Jim Barry Wine Club: $18.70
Where to get it from
Distributors: Samuel Smith & Son
Barry’s Burgers $8 a glass (as pictured)
Overall Opinion and Review
Annabelle’s Rosé was named after Peter Barry’s first grandchild, so you already know this wine is special.
I have found this the best summer Rosé (hence why I have done this review). Make sure you don’t miss out as there is very limited stock.
If you want to try more Jim Barry wines; I highly recommend Jim Barry Watervale Riesling (you can thank me later!).
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